The Institute for Transnational Arbitration is excited to present its new project - The ITA Arbitration Institutions Series! Save the date for December 6, for an insightful discussion of Rules of the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA).
This series is designed to raise the awareness of “arbitration” users as to the right choice of Arbitration Rules, and to reinforce cooperation between the arbitral institutions. These webinars will present, one by one, institutions such as LCIA, ICC, SCC, ICSID, ICDR, HIAC and many others. Our goal is to reach beyond the ordinary and bland description of main features and give the audience a practical tool facilitating the choice of the set of rules appropriate for each individual case.
The webinars are free for ITA Advisory Board and Correspondent members.
Mark your calendars and make your plans now to join us!
Webinar begins at 8:00 am Central
Duration: 1 hour
Deputy Registrar at LCIA
Dr. Rémy Gerbay
Partner, Hughes Hubbard & Reed
Former Deputy Registrar at LCIA
Washington D.C., USA
- $50 - Regular Registration Fee
- $0 - ITA Advisory Board Member
- $0 – ITA Correspondent Member
- $0 - ITA Supporting or Sustaining Member Employee
- $0 - LCIA Users’ Councils Member
- $25 - Young ITA Member
- $25 - Full-time Professor
- $15 - Law Student
8:00 am Texas: Welcome to the LCIA Webinar of ITA Arbitration Institutions Series
8:05 –8:45 am Texas: Interview of Wing Shek by Dr. Rémy Gerbay
8:45 – 9:00 am Texas: Questions and Answers
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